Antique Garden Furniture: Ornaments, Statues & Fountains

Our collection of antique garden furniture, antique fountains, outdoor ornaments and garden statues.

  • Stock: 13535

    An antique fire-clay bowl and pedestal column in the Italian Renaissance style with a fluted shaft decorated with candelabrum acanthus. Attributed to the Garnick Fire-clay Company.Circa 1857.

    Notes: The Garnick Company known for being the biggest manufacturer of fire-clay articles worldwide, worked for a great number of famous architects and sculptors, Alexander "Greek" Thompson, among others and was represented at the Great Exhibition in 1851. The company stopped by the end of the 19th century after it had run out of clay supplies.

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    Width Height Depth
    20 18"
    51 cms
    47 38"
    120.5 cms

    Listed Price: £3,600 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13276

    A pair of cast iron campana style urns on integral plinths, the shallow wide brimmed lobbed bowls above waisted socles, the stepped plinths with impressed crazed patterning.
    English, 1870s.

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    Width Height Depth
    22"
    56 cms
    38 58"
    98 cms
    22"
    56 cms

    Listed Price: £3,600 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10776

    One New Change Keystones.
    LION'S HEAD MASK
    Circa 1957.Sculptor: Sir Charles Thomas Wheeler, President of The Royal Academy, 1956-66.

    Provenance: Originally one of three keystones on the façade above the main entrance of the One New Change building in the City of London.

    The building erected in the 1950s to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department & demolished in 2007, occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west and filled a sensitive site in that it presented a backdrop to Christopher Wren's majestic Baroque St Paul’s Cathedral.

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    width height depth
    16 18"
    41 cms
    25"
    63.5 cms
    15 1116"
    40 cms

    Listed Price: £3,200 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 14082

    A somewhat distressed Victorian carved Portland Stone Lion Fountain Head.
    English, mid 19th century.

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    width height depth
    31 18"
    79 cms
    22 1316"
    58 cms
    16 12"
    42 cms

    Listed Price: £760 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10764

    Bank of England Sculpture Collection :The new 'Old Lady of Threadneedle Street.'
    English, circa 1957.
    Sculptor: Sir Charles Thomas Wheeler, President of The Royal Academy, 1956-66.

    A smaller version of the 1934 Art Deco sculpture still centering the pediment over the main entrance of the Bank of England Threadneedle Street frontage also sculpted by the same sculptor.

    Provenance: This version was removed from high above the main entrance of the One New Change building in the City of London the building, erected in the 1950s to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department Annexe and occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west and filled a sensitive site in that it presented a backdrop to Christopher Wren's magnificent Roman Baroque St Paul’s Cathedral. The building was demolished in 2007.

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    width height
    51 316"
    130 cms
    51 316"
    130 cms

    Listed Price: £18,600 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11373

    An impressive stone keystone in three sections with a large carved, scrolled, cartouche above prominent ribbon and bell flower detail. Provenance: Originally on the façade of 298, Bishopsgate in the City Of London built between 1877-1890 and demolished in 1980.
    English, circa 1880.

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    Width Height Depth
    15 1116"
    40 cms
    37"
    94 cms
    14 316"
    36 cms

    Listed Price: £1,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11829

    One pair of three pairs, with SNos 11828 & 11826, of elaborately modelled terracotta wall sculptures depicting scrolled cartouche each with twin cornucopia from which tumble abundant fruits and flowers.

    Provenance: Purportedly made by James Pulham & Son of Architectural Terra Cotta, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire for the former Crosse & Blackwell Pickle Warehouse in Charing Cross Rd, London. The fruits possibly representing the ingredients of their famous Branston & Piccalilli Pickles.
    Early 20th century.

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    width height depth
    28 1116"
    73 cms
    50 1316"
    129 cms
    13 38"
    34 cms

    Listed Price: £9,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11828

    One pair of three pairs, with SNos 11829 & 11826, of elaborately carved terracotta wall sculptures depicting scrolled cartouche each with twin cornucopia from which tumble abundant fruits and flowers.

    Provenance: Purportedly made by James Pulham & Son of Architectural Terra Cotta, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire for the former Crosse & Blackwell Pickle Warehouse in Charing Cross Rd, London. The fruits possibly representing the ingredients of their famous Branston & Piccalilli Pickles.
    Early 20th century.

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    width height depth
    28 1116"
    73 cms
    50 1316"
    129 cms
    13 38"
    34 cms

    Listed Price: £9,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11826

    One pair of three pairs, with SNos 11828 & 11829, of elaborately carved terracotta wall sculptures depicting scrolled cartouche each with twin cornucopia from which tumble abundant fruits and flowers.

    Provenance: Purportedly made by James Pulham & Son of Architectural Terra Cotta, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire for the former Crosse & Blackwell Pickle Warehouse in Charing Cross Rd, London. The fruits possibly representing the ingredients of their famous Branston & Piccalilli Pickles.
    Early 20th century.

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    Width Height depth
    28 1116"
    73 cms
    50 1316"
    129 cms
    13 38"
    34 cms

    Listed Price: £9,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12480

    A rather fine Baroque style three tier garden fountain carved in patinated Doddington Sandstone. The three strongly carved ascending bowls each rest on ornate and sturdy baluster stems. As the water flows the air is filled with the soothing and gently tinkling sounds of a babbling brook. Shown with clover shaped basin SNo 12697 not included. French, mid 19th century

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    Width Height Depth
    39 38"
    100 cms
    83 12"
    212 cms
    39 38"
    100 cms

    Listed Price: £10,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13146

    One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital London. The carving depicts various surgical instruments of the early 20th century.

    The Hospital was moved from it's 17th century site in Southwark to new buildings in Lambeth Palace Road across the River Thames from The Houses of Parliament where it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871.
    Early, 20th entury. A pair with SNo 13138 shown below.
    Weight: 144kg.

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    top width height Depth
    12"
    30.5 cms
    29 78"
    76 cms
    14 316"
    36 cms

    Listed Price: £4,400 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13145

    One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital London bearing the carved profile of Florence Nightingale surmounted by a representation of her famous lamp which as a nurse tending the wounded during The Crimean War she carried before her at night searching the battle fields for the fallen. The sight of her lamp shining through the dark brought hope to those waiting to be found.

    She had been consulted by the Architect Henry Currey about the design for the new St Thomas' which was moved from it's 17th century site in Southwark to Lambeth Palace Road across the River Thames from The Houses of Parliament where it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871. The design of separate blocks rather than in one large building which brought light and air to the wards was probably due to her influence.
    Early 20th century. A pair with SNo 13139 Edith Cavell shown below.
    Weight: 14kg.

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    Width Height Depth
    13"
    33 cms
    29 78"
    76 cms
    11 38"
    29 cms

    Listed Price: £4,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13144

    One of five carved Portland Stone Plaques removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital. It is carved in the shape of a Shield and bears some of the symbols of the Hospitals Crest; a Cross, a Tudor Rose flanked by two Fleur de Lys and a Spear - the original also bore a Fish on the Cross and a Chough ( associated with Thomas Becket from whom the Hospital took it's name ) in the top right quadrant.
    Early 20th century. A pair with SNo 13140 now sold.
    Weight: 278kg.

    The Hospital was moved from it's 17th century site in Southwark to new buildings in Lambeth Palace Road across the River Thames from The Houses of Parliament where it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871

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    Width Height Depth
    28 14"
    72 cms
    33 18"
    84 cms
    11 38"
    29 cms

    Listed Price: £6,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13143

    One of five Portland Stone Plaques removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital in London. Carved in the shape of a shield it bears a serpent entwined round a staff representing the Rod of Asclepius, the ancient Greek symbol associated with healing and medicine.The Hospital was moved from it's 17th century site in Southwark to new buildings in Lambeth Palace Road across the River Thames from The Houses of Parliament where it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871.
    Early 20th century. A pair with SNo 13141 now sold.
    Weight: 272kg.

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    Width Height Depth
    28"
    71 cms
    33 12"
    85 cms
    12 58"
    32 cms

    Listed Price: £6,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13139

    One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas'
    Hospital in London, bearing the carved profile of Edith Cavell surmounted by a carved laurel wreath surrounding the Rod of Asclepius, the ancient Greek symbol for healing and medicine.
    Early 20th century. A pair with SNo 13145 Florence Nightingale shown below.
    Weight: 139kg.

    Notes:Edith Cavell was a British nurse and patriot. She is celebrated for saving the lives of soldiers from all sides without distinction during World War I, and for helping Allied soldiers to escape from German occupied Belgium. She was caught and arrested by the Germans, tried and found guilty of treason and was shot by a firing squad in October 1915.The Hospital was moved from it's 17th century site in Southwark to new buildings in Lambeth Palace Road, across the River Thames from The Houses of Parliament where it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871.

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    Width Height Depth
    13"
    33 cms
    30 14"
    77 cms
    11 38"
    29 cms

    Listed Price: £4,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13138

    One of four Portland Stone Keystones removed from the facade of St Thomas' Hospital, London the carving depicting various surgical instruments of the early 20th century.
    Early 20th century. A pair with SNo 13146 shown below.
    Weight: 148kg

    Notes:The Hospital was moved from it's 17th century site in Southwark to new buildings in Lambeth Palace Road across the River Thames from The Houses of Parliament where it was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871.

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    Width Height Depth
    11 1316"
    30 cms
    30 14"
    77 cms
    14 38"
    36.5 cms

    Listed Price: £4,400 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13151

    A pair of small Victorian terracotta campana garden urns, with scalloped and fluted sides and rim raised on square plinths. English Circa 1870.

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    Diameter Height
    17 1116"
    45 cms
    21 14"
    54 cms

    Listed Price: £2,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 13117

    A very large and heavy reconstituted stone pedestal or pediment with a shell cartouche and scrolling decoration.
    English early 20th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    30 1116"
    78 cms
    31 12"
    80 cms
    8 1116"
    22 cms

    Listed Price: £850 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11910

    A large triangular carved antique Bathstone armorial pediment with a Coat of Arms depicting a knights helmet surmounting a central floral Cartouche with a Lions head profiled set within an oval lozenge, the cartouche is supported by mythical winged Lions.
    French, 19th century.

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    width height depth
    78 12"
    199.4 cms
    40"
    101.6 cms
    4 1116"
    12 cms

    Listed Price: £2,400 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 9596

    A well carved antique stone pediment, carved in the Baroque manner, in the form of a plain oval cartouche under a crown, draped with abundant laurel swags supported on a scrolled cornucopia of fruit. The cartouche bears an inscription which reads 'Statuary and Mason' and this could be removed and re-carved.
    English, mid 19th century.

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    width height depth
    height 47 316"
    120 cms
    8 14"
    21 cms
    width 47 58"
    121 cms

    Listed Price: £2,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 8243

    A pair of finely carved volute shaped antique Italian wall fountains in pink Verona marble, embellished with extensive fishscale carving and featuring large and handsome lion head masks. Italian late 18th century.

    Notes: There is damage to the mouth of one of the left hand lion head mask and to the fishscale carving on the right hand piece.

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    width height depth
    7 18"
    18 cms
    30 18"
    76.5 cms
    8 1116"
    22 cms

    Listed Price: £9,500 pair.( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11334

    A slender classical three tiered painted cast iron fountain surmounted by a winged cherub and with the foundry mark of the Handyside Foundry, Glasgow on the base stem. Late 19th century.

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    width height
    39 38"
    100 cms
    50"
    127 cms

    Listed Price: £3,600 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11768

    A pair of well carved stone Renaissance overdoors each with carved central cartouche depicting Medieval noblemen. Images before restoration.
    Northern England, 18th century.

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    width
    36 58"
    93 cms

    Listed Price: £1,800 Pair( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12010

    A BAROQUE RELIC
    A series of five large carved stone Metope elements in the Baroque Roman Revival manner.
    They form a running frieze, the elements all being the same height, depicting several hunting and animal scenes. A wild boar hunt, a lion hunt and youths feeding goats centred by putti heralds blowing horns.The heads of the youthful hunters having being removed which could indicate they date from before the 17th century Commonwealth period of Oliver Cromwell and the Puritans, 1649-1660 when the Roundhead Parliamentry troops frequently defaced human features on statues for their so-called association with idolatry.
    English or Welsh, 17-18th century.

    Notes: The beheading and other acts of vandalism carried out on figurative carving was a regular practice done in the name of Puritanism at the order of Oliver Cromwell after Englands 17th century short lived Revolution and establishment of a Republic / Commonwealth (1649-1660) and before the restoration of the Stuart monarchy to the throne. See also our sold stock no 2871,
    a pair of 17th century carved angels. whose faces were also removed, bought in an attic and stables sale at Hatfield House.

    Condition: To be expected in a relic there are missing detail elements, apart from the presumed Cromwellian destruction, which could be reinstated. But part of the charm of these huge carved elements lies in leaving them in this unrestored state.

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    width height depth
    Overall running length. 400"
    1016 cms
    22 1316"
    58 cms
  • Stock: 10045

    A pair of cast iron urns, after the Borghese Vase, on stepped plinth bases. Attributed to the Handyside Foundry in Derby, England.These urns are illustrated in the 1874 Handyside catalogue No 3 & 3A.
    Mid 19th century.

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    width height depth
    External 15 12"
    39.4 cms
    25"
    63.5 cms
    Internal 6 1116"
    17 cms
    11"
    28 cms

    Listed Price: £6,500 pair( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11229

    A very large arched carved stone pediment removed from the roof papapet over the main entrance of the Beaumont Hall Hotel, Clacton in Essex. The coat of arms shows two rampant Talbot hunting hounds supporting a central shield above which is a carved galleon, derived from the municipal crest of the town of Clacton, the whole carved with acanthus scroll work. Preliminary image before restoration and cleaning.

    English, late 19th century.

    width height depth
    120"
    304.8 cms
    72"
    182.9 cms
    54"
    137.2 cms

    Listed Price: £16,000 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11175

    A substantial pair of tall pink granite columnar pedestals shown here with a pair of urns Stock No. 13151 not included in the price.
    English, 19th century.

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    diameter height depth
    13 12"
    34.2 cms
    44 18"
    112 cms
    18 78"
    48 cms

    Listed Price: £7,000 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10884

    A pair of large Bristol glazed antique garden recumbent lions. English, 19th century.

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    width height depth
    39 1316"
    101 cms
    29 12"
    75 cms
    14 1316"
    37.5 cms

    Listed Price: £4,800 Pair.( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10734

    A massive carved Portland Stone Tableau of the reigning monarchs, William & Mary(1689-1702), granting The Bank of England Charter in 1694. Sculptor Esmond Burton (1885 – 1964).

    Part of a collection of approximately 45 statues and carvings commissioned by the Bank of England to adorn it’s Annexe built in the 1950’s at One New Change in the City of London. They were removed prior to the building being demolished in 2007. This group was above the Cheapside entry to the courtyard and was flanked either side by statues of Sir John Houblon, the first Governor of the Bank and Michael Godfrey the first Deputy, please see third image below.

    Notes: The building was erected to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department and occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west. It was built on a World War II bomb site behind St Paul’s Cathedral and was sensitively designed in a graceful curve to follow the curve of the east end of Sir Christopher Wrens majestic Roman Baroque building.

    English, circa 1958.

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    Width Height Depth
    53 18"
    135 cms
    82 1116"
    210 cms
    27 58"
    70 cms
  • Stock: 10785

    One New Change Keystones.
    A LION's HEAD....on the right.
    Sculptor Esmond Burton 1957.

    Provenance:The lions head on the right was originally a keystone set high on the Cheapside facade above the entry to the South Courtyard of the One New Change building in the City of London.

    The building erected in the 1950's to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department & demolished in 2007, occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west and filled a sensitive site in that it presented a backdrop to Christopher Wrens majestic Roman Baroque St Paul’s Cathedral.

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    width height depth
    12"
    30.5 cms
    15 78"
    40.5 cms
    14 58"
    37 cms

    Listed Price: £3,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10778

    One New Change Keystones.
    HEAD OF A LION...on the left...
    Sculptor: Alan Collins 1958-59

    Originally on the Newgate façade above The Fortress of Gold Tableau of the One New Change building in the City of London.

    The building erected in the 1950's to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department & demolished in 2007, occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west and filled a sensitive site in that it presented a backdrop to Christopher Wrens majestic Baroque St Paul’s Cathedral.

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    width height depth
    14 58"
    37 cms
    14 1316"
    37.5 cms
    13 38"
    34 cms

    Listed Price: £3,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10766

    A large Portland Stone keystone depicting the Lion as on the Scottish Shilling holding a sword and sceptre above the crown. Sculptor David Evans.

    Part of a collection of approximately 45 statues and carvings commissioned by the Bank of England to adorn it’s Annexe built in the 1950’s at One New Change in the City of London. They were removed prior to the building being demolished in 2007. This was one of three keystones above the entrance on Watling Street.

    Notes: The building was erected to accommodate the Bank of England's Accounts Department and occupied the whole site bounded by Cheapside to the north, Watling Street to the south, Bread Street to the east, Newgate to the north west and New Change to the west. It was built on a World War II bomb site and was sensitively designed in that it presented a backdrop to Christopher Wrens majestic Roman Baroque St Paul’s Cathedral.

    English, circa 1957.

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    width height depth
    18 12"
    47 cms
    35"
    89 cms
    18 18"
    46 cms
  • Stock: 8119

    A composition stone figure of a salamander lying on a rock in the sun.
    20th century.
    Image before restoration included in the price.

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    Width Height Depth
    Max 23 316"
    59 cms
    25 316"
    64 cms
    55 18"
    140 cms

    Listed Price: £3,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 8077

    A pair of antique carved stone recumbent lions in the Venetian manner.
    Italian, circa 17th century.

    Stone and marble lions of this form were often used as supports for columns over doorways and church altars in Italy. A particularly magnificent pair can be seen supporting the grand doorway of Parma Cathedral.

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    width height depth
    30"
    76.2 cms
    18"
    45.7 cms
    13"
    33 cms

    Listed Price: £7,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 8051

    A pair of neoclassical style stone garden urns of circular form
    raised on square bases.
    English circa 1900.

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    width height depth
    External 16 12"
    42 cms
    16 18"
    41 cms
    Internal 8 58"
    21.8 cms
    5 12"
    14 cms

    Listed Price: £1,400 ( + vat in EU zone )

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Antique Garden Furniture

Antique garden furniture and ornamentation is a great way to introduce character to an outside space, whether a sprawling garden, a small patio or even a balcony.

Antique garden furniture was built to last almost without exception, with both the materials and the craftsmanship involved being of a far greater quality than we expect from the modern equivalents.

If you are looking for a focal point it can be created with antique garden ornaments. The practice of garden embellishment originated with the Romans, who displayed copies of Greek statues in their villa gardens. Later, during the Renaissance period, Roman statuary was recovered to be incorporated into Italian gardens.

There is an enormously diverse range of garden furniture styles. Antique cast iron garden furniture goes far beyond the ornate Rococo style to the elegance of Regency design. There are also examples of gothic, arts and crafts and aesthetic pieces to name but a few! These are often sturdier and longer lasting than antique wooden garden furniture and they can also be painted in any colour of choice, or even leave the patina from decades of use.

Gardens can be intriguing places as well as places of leisure, rest and contemplation. Antique garden statues can create a focus or point of interest in a garden scheme. For example, Antique garden urns reflect the Roman and Greek vases of old. They are often made from terracotta, cast iron, stone and marble which all weather to develop a patina over the centuries. These can very quickly evoke the elegance and intrigue of a classical garden.

Our selection of Antique stone garden ornaments are often reclaimed from historic buildings, stately homes or important landmarks that have either been demolished or remodelled.

Perhaps the most dramatic of all garden ornamentation is the antique garden fountain. Not only do they create visual impact, but they can also create a variety of sounds, from the merest trickle of water in the background to a majestic cascade. Whichever one you choose, it is bound to be a showstopper.

Antique garden accessories, as you can see, come in all shapes and sizes, so if you are looking for something to fit a specific space in your garden, please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance.